Memorandum of Understanding between ThPA SA the Hellenic International University and the Hellenic German Chamber of Industry and Commerce
ThPA SA, the Hellenic International University and the Hellenic German Chamber of Commerce and Industry have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the aim of sharing their know-how, infrastructure and capabilities for the future maritime transport, modern ports and integrated logistics solutions.
This cooperation gives the three organizations the opportunity to co-use valuable knowledge, both academic and practical, with a view to undertaking joint initiatives, planning teaching and research programs and launching new synergies. professionals in the fields of port development and operation, freight transport and supply chain management.
The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Mr. Athanassios Liagkos, Executive Chairman of the Board of ThPA SA, Professor, Athanassios Kaissis, President of the Hellenic International University and Dr. Athanassios Kelemis, Director General and Member of the Board of administration of the Hellenic German Chamber of Industry and Commerce.
On the occasion of the signing of the MoU, Mr. Athanasios Liagkos, Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of ThPA SA said: with our vision of the Port of Thessaloniki as a growth gateway for the economy and company and the main gateway to South-Eastern, Central and Eastern Europe.
The president of the Hellenic International University, professor, Athanassios Kaissis said: the collaborating partners â.
The Director General and Board Member of the Hellenic German Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Dr Athanassios Kelemis, commenting on the signing of the MoU, said: âThe partnership of an academic institution, a powerful commercial entity and a bilateral organization supporting entrepreneurship, aiming for joint âinvestmentsâ in higher education, research, vocational training and technological installations, can only bring benefits. positive results, especially when oriented towards the maritime logistics market. A branch located at the forefront of the economy, a promising investment area, which creates new jobs, with great prestige and significant income. The stimulus of this triple partnership was the common interest in creating channels of communication between the student community, professionals with long experience in logistics and maritime transport and entrepreneurs with a strong interest in investment, coming from the largest economy in Europe, Germany â.
Source: ThPA SA